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: meep meep. meep meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> it's like a digital form of kidnapping. your computer data held for ransom by hackers using a sophisticated new scam known as ransomware. cnn's silicon valley correspondent dan simon is looking into it for us. >> reporter: steve merryfield owns a high-end sporting goods shop. after 27 years in business, he'd been preparing to sell it. all the records for potential buyers stored on his computer server. so he was more than concerned when he realized all his data had been frozen. >> the last words i remember is, this is not good. this is not good. >> reporter: it turned out hackers had taken control of his machine and flashed a message. for $3,000 he could have his data back. but it didn't stop there. he'd have to fork over an additional $1,000 for each week he didn't comply. he'd become a victim of what's being called ransomware. had you ever heard the term rans ransomware before? >> no. i can say that it's, you know, appropriately named
meep? (sfx: loud thud sound) what a strange place. geico®. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. megyn: well, we'd like to peat the guys who made this catch. a team of hunters snagging what we think is one of the biggest alligators ever caught. holy cow! wow. mississippi's department of wildlife fisheries and parks confirms the monster gator weighs in many at just over 697 pounds, it measures over 13 feet long. that beats the previous mississippi record for a male gator by seven pounds. the guys say they did it using a pair of rod and reel hooks and won a tug of war battle with the gator lasting more than an hour and a half. wow, that's courage. >>> well, new concerns today over the number of soldiers voting overseas. the u.s. military sees a huge drop in absentee ballot requests this election season by service members ahead of this november election. in virginia alone, there's been a 92% drop in such requests. why? it's happening despite the implementation of a 2009 voting law which was supposed to help military voters get their absentee ballots
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